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Introduction to the Global Economy

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the global economy chapter 1 economics notes includes: - globalisation - g.d.p - financial flows - TNC's - investment and more.

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Economy Economics Economic geography Structure Globalization Emerging markets Economy of Asia Foreign direct investment Market Economic growth World economy Economic interdependence
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Economy Economics Economic geography Structure Globalization Emerging markets Economy of Asia Foreign direct investment Market Economic growth World economy Economic interdependence
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• These indicators provide insight into the way in which economies are now linked and the extent to which economies are increasingly independent and integrated. GROSS WORLD PRODUCT (GWP) Gross World Product (GWP): Aggregate value of all goods and services produced worldwide each year in the global economy 1.2 GLOBALISATION • The process by which natural and government created boundaries/barriers between nations are broken down (breaking distances). • Globalisation: integration between different countries and economies and the increased impact of international influences on life and economic activity TRADE IN GOOD...
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